Emily Grubert - Webber Energy Group

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Emily Grubert
[email protected]; 650.796.5347
3000 University Avenue, Austin, TX 78705
EDUCATION
May 2011
The University of Texas at Austin: M.S., Environmental and Water Resources Engineering
August 2010, Earnest and Agnes Gloyna Endowed Presidential Scholarship
Thesis: Informing Land Use with a Water Model for Maui, Hawaii; advisor: Prof. M. Webber
GPA to date: 3.8/4.0
Aug 2010
The University of Texas at Austin: M.A., Energy and Earth Resources
May 2009, Harrington Graduate Fellowship, UT’s most prestigious fellowship
Thesis: Maui's Freshwater: Status, Allocation, and Management for Sustainability; advisor: Prof. M. Webber
GPA: 3.8/4.0
Jun 2009
Stanford University: B.S. with Honors
Atmosphere/Energy Engineering
Honors Thesis: Impacts of a Water-Based Hydrogen Economy on Water Availability in Arid Regions
Mathematics
June 2009, Undergraduate Research Award, Mathematics
Honors Thesis: Path Optimization and Display of Transmission Lines to Stranded Renewable Power Resources
Biological Sciences (minor)
GPA: overall 3.5/4.0; Atmosphere/Energy 3.8/4.0; Mathematics 3.0/4.0
Dec 2007
Graduate Record Exam 1580/1600
Math 800/800, 94th percentile. Verbal 780/800, 99th percentile. Writing 6/6, 97th percentile.
WORK EXPERIENCE
2009-present
The Stanford Daily, The Daily Texan, Elmrox Media LLC, Americans for Energy Leadership
Columnist, Energy and the Environment: publish weekly on local, national, and international issues
Spring 2010
Canadian Consulate (Texas)
Summer 2009
Stanford University (West Virginia)
Summer 2008
EcofysAzure; CRT Capital LLC (Beijing, China; Stamford, CT)
Fall 2008
Stanford University
Fall 2007
Helmholtz Umweltforschungszentrum (Leipzig, Germany)
Consultant Author: market reports on wind and natural gas in the south central U.S.
Research Associate: study design and implementation, community-based land and water research in coal country
Research Intern, Energy: carbon footprinting, textile industry analysis, Gulf of Mexico oil and gas producer reports
Teaching Assistant, Energy Resources: teaching support, field trip leader, test and assignment design and grading
Research Associate: in situ carbon-based groundwater remediation study and sample analysis
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
expected 2011
“Polluting Ourselves,” Book Chapter
Elmrox Media, LLC: youth-authored book on modern challenges
February 2011
Energy Resource Extraction, Water Resources, and a Human Right to Water in the West
October 2010
“Air Impacting Water: How Carbon Emissions Standards Could Impact West Virginia Water”
Willamette University Symposium, “Implementing the Human Right to Water in the West”
West Virginia Water Conference, Morgantown, WV, Oral Presentation
September 2010 How Energy Choices Impact Freshwater Supplies: A Comparison of Coal and Natural Gas
Worldwatch Institute Briefing Paper: Emily Grubert and Saya Kitasei
September 2010 Mining-related Environmental Impacts of Carbon Mitigation
Conference Proceedings, World Energy Congress 2010, Montreal, Canada
July 2010
“Business as Usual is Not Status Quo: Policy and the Energy Baseline”
May 2010
American Society of Mechanical Engineers Conference on Energy Sustainability, Phoenix, AZ
International Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, Nashville, TN, invited panelist
Leveraging Californian Refinery Dominance in Transportation to Encourage Climate Change Mitigation
The Impact of the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009 on Texas Water Systems
January 2010
“Beat a Dead Horse or Breed Immortal Ones”
winning submission, National Council for Science and the Environment Generation Green issue
SKILLS
German, competent to fluent; Accredited Professional, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
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